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Chippendale Mahogany Stool - Hall Seat - Bench - Great Georgian Furniture

THOMAS CHIPPENDALE

England, c. 1760

Dimensions
Height  45 cm (17.72 in)
Width  59 cm (23.23 in)
Depth  43 cm (16.93 in)

Exceedingly original , rare and a quite beautiful example of great English Georgian Furniture . A mahogany bench - stool - hall seat of the best chosen timbers with the most glorious colour and natural patination in this unique mid 18th century manner. There are several similar pieces known to exist - one at Oxford University in the Brasenose Library , and similar Rococo decorated ones at Petworth House ,Sussex . No doubt this example has come from one of our great English homes .
" Would grace the home of the most serious collector - aesthete .

Provenance
Private Collection UK

Exhibitions
LAPADA Vetted Exhibition London

Harris Lindsay Jermyn St London

Literature: See Norman Adams 18th Century English Furniture .
See English Country Houses Christopher Hussey at Rokeby Hall Yorkshire for similar later stools.
See Syon House one of Londons Finest Homes

Medium: Wood

Condition: Excellent Country House State with glorious natural untouched patina .

Ref No. 5746

£POA

Exceedingly original , rare and a quite beautiful example of great English Georgian Furniture . A mahogany bench - stool - hall seat of the best chosen timbers with the most glorious colour and natural patination in this unique mid 18th century manner. There are several similar pieces known to exist - one at Oxford University in the Brasenose Library , and similar Rococo decorated ones at Petworth House ,Sussex . No doubt this example has come from one of our great English homes .
" Would grace the home of the most serious collector - aesthete .

Exceedingly original , rare and a quite beautiful example of great English Georgian Furniture . A mahogany bench - stool - hall seat of the best chosen timbers with the most glorious colour and natural patination in this unique mid 18th century manner. There are several similar pieces known to exist - one at Oxford University in the Brasenose Library , and similar Rococo decorated ones at Petworth House ,Sussex . No doubt this example has come from one of our great English homes .
" Would grace the home of the most serious collector - aesthete .

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